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Going Local: Can the SNP capitalise on Dundee's renaissance?

The Tay Bridge from the Law - the extinct volcano that watches over the City of Discovery. Photograph: Colin Mearns

IT may be one of the smallest local authority areas in the country, but Scotland’s fourth largest city is justified in making a lot of noise about the locale, which has been undergoing something of a renaissance in recent years.

12:00am Wednesday 19 April 2017

Football: Dundee give Hartley his marching orders

Alan Stubbs leads contenders to replace sacked Dundee manager Paul Hartley, above

ALAN Stubbs has emerged as the favourite to be appointed the next Dundee manager after Paul Hartley was sacked yesterday by the Dens Park club following a disappointing run of results.

12:00am Tuesday 18 April 2017

Charitable restaurant chain Boozy Cow opens an udder one

Garreth Wood at the newly-opened Boozy Cow Dundee   Photograph: Alan Richardson

A SCOTTISH restaurant chain that donates all its profits to good causes has opened its fourth venue.

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017

Firefighter's West Bank film to get a Highland screening

Jim Malone and Ciaran Gibbons in Ramallah

AN award-winning dramatic documentary to be screened in Inverness gives a first-hand account of what life is like for a firefighter operating under the world’s longest-running military occupation.

12:00am Thursday 20 April 2017

Football: Neil McCann takes over at Dens Park

Neil McCann replaces Paul Hartley at Dundee

Sky pundit and former winger to replace Paul Hartley

12:00am Wednesday 19 April 2017

Letters II: The last thing we need now is another Holyrood election

Nicola Sturgeon already has a mandate, another one isn't needed   Photograph: PA

I DISAGREE with Donald Anderson’s suggestion that Nicola Sturgeon should “set the heather on fire by declaring for a Holyrood election” (Letters, April 22). I understand his sentiment but in my opinion it would be a huge tactical error as Holyrood…

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017

Letters I: Extra bank holidays? Labour are insulting us

Labour have proposed four new UK-wide bank holidays to be created if elected

I FEEL Corbyn and Kezia need to “get out more”. The election run-up has started and Jeremy and Kez are reported in the mainstream media to show unity in our “great union” to have four national holidays!

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017

Letters II: Let us never forget our three neighbours are our closest friends

Trade between Scotland and the rUK is a two-way street

WITH reference to your article about trade (Think tank’s trade study triggers row (The National, April 21), we must keep this UK Government-commissioned research in perspective.

12:00am Saturday 22 April 2017

Going Local: All change at Perth and Kinross regardless of the result as familiar faces withdraw

Perth is competing to become the UK’s City of Culture 2021. Photograph:  Colin Mearns

REGARDLESS of who wins control of Perth and Kinross Council next month, constituents should be prepared to make way for a number of new faces.

12:00am Friday 21 April 2017

Football: Hibs' cup-winner Boyle wants to do it all again

The celebrations went on for days after Hibs ended their 114-year wait for s Scottish Cup last year

Last year’s triumph will be hard to beat, says Hibs star

12:00am Thursday 20 April 2017
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